This is the plain truth of the matter: The bankers love whatever ideas, systems, beliefs and revolutionary movements will allow them to have more power over the lives of others.
They’re buying it for a reason and the reason isn’t to lose money. It’s stability, it’s diversified reserves, it’s a way to “back” their currency.
So just imagine what will happen when people all around the world get the chance to demonstrate the power of these ideas to a public reeling from a market collapse.
But now it’s stirring again. While it is still trapped below 1300, what we do see is the gold miners have really perked up.
...this system is being lusted after by would-be tyrants in every corner of the globe. This month's case-in-point: Venezuela! That's right, citizens of everyone's favorite socialist paradise are about to be treated to a new ID card...
Yes, it was just three scant years ago that we were treated to all the ballyhoo and tosh about the Paris Agreement and how it was going to save the world.
Every time this market has gone a bit sour over the past 6 years, they’ve found a way to goose it higher.
... it was not merely to line the pockets of the well-connected that the war was fought... it was a chance to change the very consciousness of an entire generation of young men and women
Will this actually help prevent another flash crash? Will the database do what it's supposed to do?
Speaking of Madness, I’m on record saying that AI is a very dangerous thing. Opening areas that will have social impacts.
Endless US launched war in Syria rages. Is aggression on the Islamic Republic coming? Will Trump regime hardliners dare embroil the region in something far more dangerous than already?
Censorship is not harmless folks. When they control the narrative to the point where the only thing you can hear is their version of things, then we’re well on our way.
Quantitative Tightening means that all those dollars that were thrown around the world over the past decade are now being sucked back into the US.
The old adage on Wall Street is that the market climbs the steps going up, but takes the elevator down. It certainly does.
I didn't exactly coin the term, but I'll take credit for identifying it before it existed.